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Coordinating FMLA, ADA and Workers Compensation – Recorded January 11th, 2018

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 Coordinating FMLA, ADA and Workers Compensation Webinar

Thursday, January 11th 2018, 11am EST

Because the interplay of three major employment laws – the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Workers’ Compensation – is so complicated and fraught with problems, many HR professionals often refer to these three laws as the Bermuda Triangle of Employment Law.   It is essential for all supervisors, in addition to the human resources staff, to understand the interplay of these laws to assure legal compliance as well as to provide employees with the benefits and protections each law provides.

Join us as we outline the turbulence  and the penalty-infested waters of medical leave laws every employer needs to know about and try to avoid. In this interactive training session, will discuss:

  • Recent changes to medical leave laws,
  • The interplay of the ADA, FMLA, and workers’ compensation,
  • How  paid time-off programs and insured short-term disability programs work in this environment, and
  • Best practices, including tips to follow and pitfalls to avoid.

HRWS MSH 18Q1 Web RecordingInterplay of ADA, FMLA and WC

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